Making decorating changes in your home can be daunting. Your options seem limitless, and each design choice is important, because you’re going to be living with them for a long time. You may be wondering whether you need professional help, and how to get it. Wouldn’t it be great to turn your anxiety into confidence, and even make the process fun?
If any of these sound familiar, “Design Refresh” may be the right solution for you:
- You have several rooms you want to re-do, and have been considering using a designer for some time, but don’t know how to get to know someone before getting too involved. “Design Refresh” is a great way to find out if you and I make a great team, while tackling a small project or two.
- OR.. maybe you don’t need a lot of changes; you just have some artwork to hang, need help with paint colors, or want some ideas for quick updates. You’re not even certain if designers work like that. The answer is yes, I do!
- You’re planning to renovate your kitchen or bath, and want some professional guidance with tile, granite, hardwood, or lighting choices. I can help you make those important, more permanent decisions on finishes.
- You’re combining households, downsizing, or just moving to a new home and you need some advice on what to take and where to put it. I can take some of the stress of your upcoming move. You’ll be surprised how critical a professional space plan can be. Everything looks better when it’s in the right place!
Your “Design Refresh” consists of six hours of service, to be used on-site in your home, or at an offsite location such as a tile store or granite supplier, or in my studio. Call or email today to discuss the many ways a “Design Refresh” has worked for my clients, and whether it is appropriate for your needs.
In all cases, I will listen carefully to your desires for your space, and provide enthusiasm, design know-how, and answers. I love to hear my clients say “I never would have thought of that!”
The investment for a “Design Refresh” is $950.
For more extensive projects see “Full Service Design.”